Friday, April 14, 2017

Purse finishes to share with you

These five purses actually got finished last weekend and I have been waiting for outside weather to clear up to get better pictures!

They are made from my own pattern (which hasn't been written yet).  I have made and sold many at craft shows over the last six years.  But two of these are now listed in my Etsy shop with hopes of adding a couple more soon. 

The outside as two side pockets and one front and center pocket.  The handles are each 21" long from end to end.  The two ties on the side of the purse are easily untied for expansion of the purse.  

A view of the backside.  These are made with cotton fabrics and both the outside and inside of the purse are quilted.

Inside you will find 8 more pockets-see how organized you can be with this purse!   The magnetic closure will help keep your contents secure. To make the purse more sturdy, I have added a covered foam core board in the bottom.  To wash the purse, remove the foam core board, and wash with cool water and air dry. 

A close up of another.  If you would like to see the others close up, please stop by my Etsy shop

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  1. I love bags and purses. Yours are beautiful

  2. I'm so impressed with the design of this bag! All those pockets are wonderful, and the ties add another interesting detail. I love that you quilted the inside too! Great job Vicki!

  3. Oh my gosh, my quilty friend! You are amazing. There is nothing better than a bag with lotsa pockets. The design is great and they are really nice! I recognize one of those fabrics from a recent shopping trip . . .

  4. These look great, Vicki...each one is beautifully executed in lovely fabrics & details. Well done!!

  5. Look at you! You are on a roll getting things up on Etsy. These photos are great! Not to mention the purses are wonderful. What a great design, Vicki. You can never have too many pockets. :) I am impressed!

  6. Those are beautiful! Love the center contrast band, and all the pockets inside. Thank you so much for sharing on Midweek Makers!

  7. I always love seeing the purses you make. These are wonderful.


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